Coober Pedy Dalhousie Springs Lake Eyre Flight
- Coober Pedy, Lake Eyre, Dalhousie Springs
- 7 hours
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COOBER PEDY DALHOUSIE SPRINGS & LAKE EYRE FLIGHT
Fly over the fascinating mining town of Coober Pedy passing some of the biggest cattle stations in the world before heading out over the Western edge of the spectacular Simpson Desert, the world's largest sand dune desert.
You will then fly to the Dalhousie Artesian hot springs where you will be able to relax and soak in the beauty of the largest thermal ponds in Australia which range in temperature from 38°C - 43°C, while experiencing the native flora and fauna in this idyllic, isolated environment.
After your swim, fly to William Creek via the spectacular Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre taking in the delta area of the lake, Halligan Bay viewing station, the Warburton Groove, Jackboot Bay, Silcrete Island and Belt Bay (the lowest point in Australia).
After enjoying lunch at the iconic William Creek Hotel you will return to Coober Pedy via the Anna Creek Painted Hills. These must see hills, are set in the outback of South Australia on an area of 30km by 10km of sandstone hills in pristine condition and incredible colours. No roads exist in this area and it can only be viewed by air.
For an additional $100 per person, you can take a guided walk through these stunning hills, giving you the opportunity to truly appreciate their fragility and perhaps even see some marine fossils. Walking tour takes approximately 45 minutes.
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